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Re: Silas & The Two Marthas, 1600's L. I.
Posted by: Bill Williams (ID *****3326) Date: January 30, 2003 at 12:29:05
In Reply to: Re: Silas & The Two Marthas, 1600's L. I. by Kathryn of 206

Do you have anywhere in your research an Ebenezer Sammis who married Sarah Tuttle? I believe this Ebenezer is the one who was baptised in the first church of Huntington in 1742. He was a revolutionary soldier on the side of the revolution and then with Delance'ys brigade on the side of the British. He showed up in Ontario (Upper Canada) around 1806/7. He is thought to have lived in the Poughkeepsie area for a while before going to Canada.


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